Ramsey Schultz (B.S./B.A. 2017, The University of Colorado at Boulder; J.D. expected 2021) will intern this summer with Juvenile Justice Advocates International, an NGO in Mexico City that advocates for global policy reform in the juvenile justice system. Ramsey will assist local and international government and non-governmental organizations to improve respect for human rights, conduct research and advocacy projects on increased access to justice for marginalized populations in the criminal justice system, and aid the implementation of reforms in juvenile justice program policies and procedures. While at Texas Law, Ramsey has participated in Pro Bono in January (Clinics) and will be a part of the leadership team for next year’s trip in 2020. She has also participated as a 1L associate for the Texas International Law Journal and currently works as a summer associate. Additionally, Ramsey will act as the Vice President of Internal Affairs for the Texas Business Law Society in the upcoming year. During her undergraduate studies, Ramsey studied global business abroad at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. After law school, Ramsey hopes to pursue a career in human rights and/or international trade law.